Tuesday, August 11, 2009

STUNT ROCK!!!

A million thanks to all the Chicagoans that came to the Hungry Brain last night! Our apologies to everyone that was left waiting outside, the bar was mobbed with a throng of Terrible people and the show reached capacity before it even started.

For all those who couldn't make it, here's a little taste of what you missed: EIT's first ever FOUR-minute movie! "Stunt Rock" was so jam packed with explosions, wizards, and mysterious dudes in hoods we just couldn't bear to cut it down any more.

10 comments :

marahe said...

why does that woman keep a hanging basket full of eggs? those can't be safe.

Elizabeth McQuern said...

My boyfriend and I were there last night and we had a great time. Thanks for all the terrible!

John said...

I heard during the filming of the movie, when one stunt man would get tired they would have to bring in more stunt rock.

Mister Pants said...

Oh man, I though we were talking about Stunt Rock--the artist from Cock Rock Disco.

Well, let's talk about him anyways.

Listen:
http://www.cockrockdisco.com/mp3%27s/StuntRock-2.mp3

Learn:
http://www.dowiepartners.com/regret/?cat=7

He actually makes a pretty good audio interpretation of what EIT makes me see.

touched.by.an.grinder said...

Check out some other choice moments from the canon of Director Brian Trenchard-Smith, such as this amazing brothel fight scene:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0LQt-MoxTw

The Man From Hong Kong is actually a lot of fun. Tarantino is a huge fan of this guy.

Adam said...

I could've gone for about eighty-six more minutes of that movie. Making a phone call on a high wire off a land line? I don't think I've ever seen anything so cool in my life!

Anonymous said...

I could not believe the crowd. It was well worth it. My friends and I LOVED IT! We will be back to see this one again.
The band Sorcery were cool too.
Comment from: James Meyers

laird said...

Don't forget to buy the officially released Stunt Rock DVD next week.
http://www.codereddvd.com/

Anonymous said...

The girl at 3:37 looks like Jodi Foster.

Anonymous said...

I've seen that entire movie before (thank you, Alamo Drafthouse Ritz), and believe you-me, it is phenomenal. It just keeps going on and on and on and on... and don't forget the music! By the legendary rock band SORCERYYYY!!! Haha, so much awesome cheese.